California Rental Market News

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ANTIOCH, Calif. (AP) — Kim Carlson’s apartment has flooded with human feces multiple times, the plumbing never fixed in the low-income housing complex she calls home in the San Francisco rental market. Her property manager is verbally abusive and calls her 9-year-old grandson, who has autism, a slur word, she said. Her heater was busted…

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Rent Cap Law – Is It Actually Working?

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California’s rent cap law was one of the most controversial laws passed in California but now that it’s been active for more than 2 years, the big question that needs to be asked is if it’s actually working, or not? In this article, we will answer this question and offer insight into what the rental…

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Rental Market News – How Will Nov Elections Shape Market?

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We’re just days away from the November 2022 election and although most media outlets are focusing on Senate rates, the reality is that the next election is poised to be a decisive election that shapes the rental market in California for years to come. In this article, we will share with you information on ballot…

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California Rent Cap Law – Is It Working?

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Since passing in 2019, California’s rent cap law has limited rent increases statewide to 5% plus the regional inflation rate but the big question is this law actually working? In this article we will provide more insight into California’s rent cap law and if it’s a bill that’s actually working or not. About California’s Rent…

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Where Are The Most Expensive Rental Markets In California?

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If you ask your friends or family members who live in California, it’s easy to know someone who is paying a premium for rent but the big question is where are the most expensive rental markets in California? In this article, we will answer this question and offer you insight into California’s most expensive rental…

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Tips for renting your home for the first time

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Are you planning on renting your home for the first time? With the real estate market slowing, many homeowners in the Central Valley are planning on postponing selling their homes and renting them out instead. If you’re planning on renting your home for the first time, here are several tips that you can use to…

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California’s renter tax credit could soon increase

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An estimated 2.4 million Californians could see a boost in their tax refunds next year under a legislative proposal that would dramatically increase the state’s renters’ tax credit for the first time in more than four decades. The amount of the subsidy — created to help income-eligible Californians who don’t benefit from the tax breaks…

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